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Instructional designers specializes in the creation of learning solutions. In this podcast, Rebecca J Hogue interviews instructional designers from a variety of different fields, with the goal of gaining a better understanding of what instructional designers do. The role of instructional designers varies across contexts including formal education, corporate sector, healthcare, non-profit, military, government, and more. Further the types of learning solutions created by instructional designe ...
 
#IDIODC is an eLearning podcast brought to you by Brent Schlenker and Chris Van Wingerden from the dominKnow team. Recorded completely live and candid, the two talk weekly about L&D, specifically instructional design. Want to join us live? Check out our Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/dominknow Brent Schlenker is dominKnow's Community Manager. Chris Van Wingerden is dominKnow's Sr. VP Learning Solutions.
 
Need help navigating the “career” part of being a NEW Instructional Designer or E-Learning Developer? I’m Nyla, a mid-career Instructional designer and I’ve created the podcast to help new instructional designers find their footing. Because doing it on your own can seem daunting at first. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nylalxd/support
 
Narrating your eLearning is about more than just delivering information, it’s about engaging your learners. To get the most out of your time narrating, you need to make sure you’re focused on the things that will improve the conversationality of your narration and connect your learner to the message and intent of your e-learning project.
 
This podcast covers topics on instructional design, eLearning content development, training design and development - and talks about how to create content that binds your audience. This podcast is for aspiring and practicing learning professionals, including content developers, instructional designers, trainers, and teachers. The host of this podcast, Shafali Anand, has been designing and delivering online and classroom training programs on Instructional Design and eLearning for the past 15 ...
 
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We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included September 8-22, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is digital security and citizenship. Resources include articles about anti-plagiarism tools, students outwitting cheating tools, malware that can …
 
Storyboarding is only one part of the instructional design process. But storyboarding is a craft that's been around for a very long time, and used in the design process of many creative endeavors. There are many different techniques for storyboarding as well. Some IDs will start with pen and paper sketching out their concepts. Others use templates …
 
In this episode I'm chatting with Laura Wilczek, a former teacher who transitioned to a new career as an eLearning Developer for Hanover Research. While teaching during the pandemic she realized she had a unique set of skills and a passion for developing courses and training. "Investing in myself and joining the IDOL courses Academy was the best de…
 
Nudge-Learning. Is it micro-learning? Is it slow-drip learning? It is work-flow learning? Whatever it is, it's become another hot new term being used amongst instructional design communities. It's a new one for me, so of course we needed to learn more about it. I reached out on LinkedIn, commented on an article about it, and found Amy Parent from S…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included August 25 – September 7, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is one that has not been a trend prior to this episode: digital learning tools. Resources include articles about strategies [&hellip Tags…
 
Communicating clearly is probably the most difficult thing anyone can do in business. Our job as Instructional Designers is often to make better communication happen under the guise of "we need everyone to be better trained on _______". It doesn't matter what level you are at within your training team or the overall organization. Everyone from the …
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Rebecca Hogue a professor of Instructional Design at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She hosts her own podcast, Demystifying Instructional Design. Her varied experience, knowledge of the field and love for students 'aha' moments makes this such a good listen. Connect with Rebecca on Linkedin Podcast: Demy…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Murray Gray, who is a Co-Founder of a new platform called Xperiencify. It is a learning management system where you can sell digital course products with gamification to motivate learners for completion. He shares his joy of creating software solutions to help business owners get more out of their businesses and h…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Kim Limon with 10 years experience in Education and English writing. She was wanting more with flexibility. When she found IDOL courses Academy she knew it was the clear bridge to help her cross over into corporate. Hear how much time she put in and how she went through IDOL courses Academy while working a full ti…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included August 12-232022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is one that has not often been a trend: How-Tos. Resources include articles about 8 ways to use QR codes in higher education, using [&hellip Tags: dig…
 
Today I'm chatting with Barbara Faulkner, who has an adventurous spirit with a desire to help other countries in need. Barbara has a love for teaching and training but wanted more. She shares insight on the nonprofit world and how it requires many hats. Her inspiring journey led to work with the Peace Corps Response. Hear her traveling Instructiona…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Sharon Tavares who currently resides in Sweden and taught ESL for 10 years. Hear her journey through IDOL courses as she landed 2 positions within the first two months. As these roles slowed down, she gained the confidence to apply for her dream role at IKEA. Her interview process is something you don't want to mi…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Annmarie on her IDOL Success Story who talks about her natural transition into a training role within her school with creating professional development for teachers. Through the pandemic she learned new ways of getting information to her teachers by online learning. This sparked her passion and career towards Inst…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Brit Crew. She is an IDOL courses Academy member who has found success and reached her big IDOL goal. She started the Academy in January of 2021 with a background in the multimedia field and taught multimedia in high school for 6 years. Brit dived into IDOL and learned her previous experience with teaching multime…
 
Welcome to Demystifying Instructional Design - a podcast where I interview instructional designers about what they do. I'm Rebecca Hogue, your podcast host. For season three I'm going to do a something a little different - I'm going to be interviewing two instructional designers at the same time - from different sectors - to help compare how instru…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 29-August 11, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. Over the past two weeks there were many different topics we shared resources about but there were no trends that clearly came together. We had a small number [&hellip Tags: d…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 29-July 11, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode was the same top trend as was in our last episode: software. Resources include articles about the Apple OS updates on most [&hellip Tags: digital…
 
The Organization Enablement movement is coming. But what is it? And how does this impact our role in corporate training learning and development? Since corporate culture starts at the top, here's a few questions to ask yourself. How are you facilitating growth in your organization? Do you define growth based on revenue? Or maybe it's based on the n…
 
Yorel L. P. Stephens, MPA, MA. Ed is an Adult Learning and Training consultant with 20+ years of experience serving education, non-profit, and corporate organizations. A graduate of the University of Phoenix, Wilmington College, and Lincoln University she specializes in bringing strategic goals to life through learning experiences, coaching instruc…
 
Our Drink'n'Draw host, Kevin Thorn, recently took his family to Disney World and he sketchnoted the entire experience. Of course he did. If you think this doesn't have any relationship or impact on your work, well, you'd be wrong. Analyzing business processes is a mandatory part of L&D work. We listen. We ask questions. We watch. And then magic hap…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 29-July 11, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. As is often the case during this time of the year, the number of resources we flipped were lower than is typical. The top trend for this episode [&hellip Tags: Hardware, networ…
 
The corporate 9 to 5 isn't for everyone, and never has been. In a post-pandemic world nobody is even really sure what "work" looks like any more. Are you going back into the office? Maybe, you're in the office for half the week and working from home the other half. Or maybe not. It's been a frustrating experience for many, and a liberating experien…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 15-28, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode was Instructional Design and Teaching Strategies. Resources include articles included a reflection on the impact of the pandemic on education, strateg…
 
Did you know the same percentage of employees who quit due to pay also quit for not having career advancement opportunities (63% - Pew Research)? We talk a lot about the technologies and processes used by instructional designers, but have you ever thought about how important your role is in providing career opportunities for others? It's easy to fo…
 
Robin Sargent PhD, is an entrepreneur, instructional designer, and former professor, recognized as a leader in the instructional design community. She is the owner and founder of IDOL courses, IDOL Talent, and VITAL courses. IDOL courses is the trade school that serves clients through IDOL Talent while developing the next generation of creative lea…
 
If you're new to Instructional Design, or a more experienced L&D professional, you've probably seen the need for our skills spike recently. There has never been a better time to be an Instructional Designer. Job growth is predicted to be at the top of the list of professional careers. Emerging technologies and a systemic migration of our definition…
 
Stan Skrabut is a card carrying lifelong learner who has spent his career helping people and organizations achieve improved performance. He is a scholar, teacher, author, veteran, martial artist, and avid reader. Throughout his working life, he has changed roles and responsibilities countless times. He worked as a guard, organizational trainer, ins…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Who's your ADDIE Co-founders Stephanie Bandli and Lizzy Steenkamp. Who’s your ADDIE? is an e-learning marketplace run by practicing e-learning professionals with over 15 years of experience in e-learning design and development. They are obsessed with creating digital learning that is engaging, pedagogically (or an…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Janette Wilcken about her teacher transition to instructional design. Janette shares all the details of her journey and how it was through networking and hard work in the IDOL courses Academy that she landed her new role as Learning and Development Specialist for PM Pediatrics. Janette's dedication and strategy fo…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included May 18-June 13 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode was the same as it was in our previous episode: Hardware and Software. Resources include articles about Web 3.0, instructional software introductio…
 
Damn it, Jim! I'm an Instructional Designer! Not a scientist! That may be so, but it doesn't mean you can't perform experiments. Testing things out is how we learn. You can ask experts, consultants, and thought leaders, to give you all the answers, but you'll never truly know what will work until you do it. So, let's learn how to experiment within …
 
Building a learning culture is the latest trending priority within many organizations. It's a daunting task. However, it's not impossible. Even the smallest shift in the corporate culture towards a learning culture can offer significant outcomes. But where do we start? The most important step is to define a culture of learning within your organizat…
 
Jean Dengler is a Senior Trainer with Service Corporation International. In her role she delivers a variety of training programs to a diverse group of associates using a virtual platform designed in Adobe Connect. While her primary role is to facilitate training, she considers herself fortunate to have the support of a fantastic team who offers her…
 
In this episode of IDIODC we have the pleasure of talking with the founder of the 5 Moments of Need, Dr. Conrad Gottfredson. Dr. Gottfredson recently released a white paper titled EnABLE: The 5 Moments of Need Instructional Systems Design Methodology. And if you missed it, or have not downloaded it, I would encourage you to do so prior to this amaz…
 
Rachael Assignon started her career as a foreign language teacher. She transitioned to corporate learning and development and has experience in automotive, health care, finance, and military. As an instructional designer and facilitator, she finds there is a lot of crossover between teaching and corporate learning. The outcome for both is the same:…
 
Building measurement skills is critical for corporate training professionals who seek to align their L&D programs to business outcomes for organizational success. Achieving measurement maturity is a change effort requiring commitment and discipline. Understanding your current capabilities and gaps is an essential first step followed by determining …
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included May 2-18, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is Hardware and Software. Resources include articles about Sonos voice-controlled digital assistant, Amazon’s new $60 tablet, Acer revealed an external …
 
As an aspiring, or new, instructional designer, PowerPoint is okay to start building eLearning graphics. But at a certain point you'll need to level up your skillset in graphics creation by moving to Photoshop. After all, you're a professional now. It's time to start working like one and using professional-grade tools. Photoshop is a powerful tool …
 
In this episode, I'll be chatting with Moe Ash, an IDOL Mentor, Freelance Consultant, and Owner/Founder of The Catalyst. He holds a BSC degree in Human Resources Management and a degree in Economics from Sadat Academy for Management Sciences, a master’s degree in International Development from the American University in Cairo. An associate CIPD-HR,…
 
I'm chatting with Cynthia Berry about her teacher transition to an instructional designer role at Missouri University in this episode. Cynthia shares an inspiring story and great advice for those wanting to become an IDOL. Connect with Cynthia here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cynthia-berry-instructional-designer-455023216/ Learn more about the IDO…
 
We often forget that creating a training event is only one part of the process. Just because you build it does not mean anyone in the business will hear about it, or want to engage. Some might say that if you use good enough instructional design practices that you don't need to do anything else. However, if you've spent any time at all working on l…
 
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